Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison | Review

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison | Review

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Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison: If HMD Global, startup, was to do with the Nokia brand, the company wanted a flagship. “Actual, secure and always up to date” is a promise worth banking on, but while the market is today, it is not enough. Hence, that the Nokia 8. It is perhaps the only phone from HMD which has so far lived up to the brand guarantee of Nokia. I have used it for a precious few minutes however, the phone feels like a practical flagship that quite knowingly avoids pushing the bounds of what a smartphone could be.I have seen few phones from HMD today and as with these, the Nokia 8 feels positively sturdy.

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison

It doesn’t feel as reassuring as the Nokia 6 (review), which is possibly a flaw given that this is a flagship, but then neither do these glass-covered Galaxies and iPhones. The Nokia 8 also defeats them in ergonomics. It’s not perfectly suited to use, but it won’t fail you when you really need it. But while it is a phone, you have to question the design choice of HMD. The Nokia 8 is ergonomic and compact, but for a flagship, it lacks forward or the superior feel looking design, just as the OnePlus 5, that is its competitor. My ideas on the look and feel of the Nokia 8 will be the same as I felt with all the OnePlus 5. I’m not impressed, however, I do not dislike it either.

It doesn’t feel as reassuring as the Nokia 6 (review), which is possibly a flaw given that this is a flagship, but then neither do these glass-covered Galaxies and iPhones. The Nokia 8 also defeats them in ergonomics. It’s not perfectly suited to use, but it won’t fail you when you really need it. But while it is a phone, you have to question the design choice of HMD. The Nokia 8 is ergonomic and compact, but for a flagship, it lacks forward or the superior feel looking design, just as the OnePlus 5, that is its competitor. My ideas on the look and feel of the Nokia 8 will be the same as I felt with all the OnePlus 5. I’m not impressed, however, I do not dislike it either.

Can it be fast?

It would be criminal to proclaim the Nokia 8 per phone but from what I saw, it surely feels smoother and snappier than the Nokia 3, 6 and 5. That’s no surprise since the company opted to spend the money required to match the flagship course chipset of Qualcomm. We were shooting outdoors with the Nokia 8, on a hot summer’s afternoon, so I did find some heating on the device, but that’s nothing to be worried about.

Does it feel as a flagship?

No, it doesn’t. But the Nokia 8 isn’t your uber superior flagship anyway. It’s a mid-range flagship, same as the OnePlus 5, you would do the same, also for lacking the bells and whistles if you forgave that apparatus. I did not forgive OnePlus, therefore it remains an issue for me to the Nokia 8. Would bezels have been difficult? Near bezel-less form variables, Sony sells after all on phones such as the Xperia XA1.

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison

What is Bothie?

‘Bothie’ is your first time we have seen this year a gimmick tries. It. In doing that, it lets you record with the two of them concurrently or shoot. It’s not a character but it is one that you might get hooked on after you have purchased the Nokia 8.

I would say Bothie is helpful for creators/YouTubers, however, the Nokia 8 lacks a broad angle camera, on the front or rear. So in the event that you do wish to make with this, you’ll be stuck using rather narrow frames. Additionally, dividing the viewfinder sounds cumbersome once you’re trying to focus. My camera individual, that shot the video below, believes it’s more appropriate to vloggers than specialists.

Certainly great, I’m not satisfied that this is indeed a camera. I only had time to get a few shots, almost all of which were shot in daylight and I found some loss on the cellphone’s own display in detail. The monochrome and RGB combination should create colors, but I am not sure this is a competitive camera with the current standards. We’ll find out soon enough, I guess.

The Nokia 8 includes Ozo recording. That’s the spatial technology in the Nokia’s Ozo VR camera. It supplies the capacity to identify where the sound is coming from when you are watching the video that is recorded and reproduces it in an identical manner to the handset. HMD had two pre-shot movies. To listen to this audio in all these, I used a Jlabs Epic 2 Bluetooth headset a Sennheiser HD205 headset and among Sony’s MDR series headsets.

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison

It was easy enough to comprehend the difference in soundstage, while neither of them in cans. The HD205 felt that the sound. Therefore, a girl recording the movie appeared to be standing in front of me, while the dog barking behind her felt out, at a distance and to her left. About the Jlabs Epic 2 BT, the sounds appeared to each other, although the Sony MDR headset brought them closer still. There are two key takeaways here. The first is that audio felt more real than it usually does on videos recorded by smartphones. The second, perhaps more significant, is that Ozo recording’s effects become apparent with the standard of cans.

Can it be better compared to OnePlus 5?

According to my impressions, the Nokia 8 does not seem to outperform the OnePlus 5, but it is matched by it. Sure, it does not have gobs of RAM, but did you really want 8 gigabytes of that in the first place? The decider between both of these phones will be the camera, which might need some work on the part of HMD. There’s a “dwell bokeh” mode here that looks more like Snapseed’s lens blur attribute, which gives the OnePlus 5 an edge. If my first impressions of the general picture quality on the Nokia 8 proves to be false, OnePlus may still have something to be concerned about.

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison

Nokia 8 Vs OnePlus 5 Comparison: If you buy the Nokia 8?

The Nokia 8 is a phone but none that wows you. It doesn’t possess a curved or bezel-less screen. It doesn’t possess one feature which you wouldn’t expect from a phone in this price range. It does not dazzle, but it should suffice. That, together with the brand value of Nokia, is exactly what HMD will be banking on. But should you be purchasing this phone? I would implore you to await our review!